Shrishti Entertainment, promoted by Bhagyashree and her husband
Himalay Dassani, held a bash to celebrate the occasion at Time and
Again restaurant in Mumbai's western suburb of Andheri.
Several invited guests from the industry, including the entire
star cast of KKK, were present at the bash. "This is just
a dress rehearsal for the party that we're going to have for the
celebration of KKK completing 200, 400 and 500 episodes in
the future!" said an over-enthused Himalay.
Speaking to indiantelevision.com, Sahara TV's commissioning editor
Mahesh Patil said: "The audience should expect the unexpected now.
There were two heroines and one hero till now but now it's going
to be vice-versa. There is a major twist in the story, which will
keep the audiences glued to their television sets."
Namdeo, Rajeev Verma & Bhagyashree in KKK.
Executive producer Sushil Datta, who has also donned the director's
mantle in this serial says, "It is a double responsibility for me
to be the producer as well as the director in the same serial. We
are sure the serial can reach 500 episodes and more because the
content is very fresh. The plus point is that we have opened many
tracks and there is a lot of scope for plots and subplots."
Himalay was ecstatic and happy with the way things were going.
"Bandh mutthi laakh ki, khul jaaye to khaak ki" (till you
don't see it you don't know its worth), he said. He said he was
proud to be associated with a project where the effort that has
been put in, shows.
"KKK is a very expensive and big project but we are also
making a lot of money from it," he said. He praised Sahara as a
channel that was very easy to work with and did not interfere. "Shristi
Entertainment has signed a contract with Sahara for 15 movies and
all of them are women-oriented movies," he informed. The shooting
of the first movie is expected to begin in April/May and one movie
will be launched every month.
Shristi has also developed two new pilots for Star and Zee. The
serial which will be aired on Star is called Tanha Dil Tanha
Safar and is a story of love and deceit. It is expected to be
on air before the end of the year.
Bhagyashree, the protagonist and the creative director of KKK
was just as pleased with the way things were progressing. Her role
changes from that of a naive and simple girl to that of a strong
and hardheaded woman who is suddenly saddled with a lot of responsibilities.
"In a couple of years I am planning to get into direction because
that is what I eventually want to do," she said.